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Just like the U.S. economy, things are going upside down. Even houses are built upside down in purpose to depict the economic downturn. Would you believe that?
Nah, I am just kidding. These upside-down houses were built purely for fun, for tourist attractions; created by the upside-down minds. LOL.  [more photos after the jump]

Where could you find these upside-down houses? Photos of them abound online. And they are just everywhere.

Here is one. The 'Upside Down House' in Trassenheide on Usedom Island, northern Germany. The house of an entrepreneur from Poland is part of the project 'The World Upside Down' that should allow visitors a different view of every day items.
Here is another one located in Poland in the tiny village of Szymbark.
This is Norman Johnson's Upside-Down House in Central Florida.
The "Upside-Down House", designed in 1959 by James Morris and Robert Steedman, the Scottish architects, holds a prominent place in Edinburgh's recent architectural history.

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